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Theses from 2019

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Cause, Course, and Consequence: The Punic Wars (264 BCE to 146 BCE), Angela Coco

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Producing the Lone Star State: The State Sponsored Confinement of Native Americans, Tejanos, and African Americans in Nineteenth Century Texas, Alexandria Otero

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The Banner of Conservatism: Friedrich Julius Stahl, King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, and the Reinvention of Divine-Right Kingship in Prussia, 1833-1863, Madeline Taylor

Theses from 2017

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Breakfast of Unsung Heroes: Black Women's Forgotten Crusade for Survival in the Free Breakfast for Children, Meredith Wade

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The “Little Red Book”: The Dissemination, Influence, and Impact of Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung in the United States, 1967-1980, Annie Wang

Theses from 2016

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Reconciling Femininity and Professionalism: Female Physicians in 19th Century America, Ayesha Anwar

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Business Reform in Communist China: 1949-1978, Zhongji Wu

Theses from 2014

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Educating for Femininity? Reform of Working and Middle Class Girls' Education in Victorian England, Daisy Dowdall

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"The Funniest Woman in the World": Jackie 'Moms' Mabley and Redefining Political Activism in the Modern Black Freedom Struggle, Frances Leeson

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Changing Spatial Discourses of National Identity in Jordan, Laura Yan

Theses from 2013

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The Valuation and Commodification of Slave Women in the New Orleans Market, Elizabeth Brown

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Christian Teachers to Self-Help Girls: Re-Imagining Women on Financial Aid at Wellesley College, 1878-1927, Katherine Cali

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Putin’s Youth: Nashi and the Pro-Regime Youth Movement in Russia, 2000-2012, Angela Lee

Theses from 2012

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“The Abomination of Mankind”: Anti-Chinese Sentiment and the Borders of Belonging in San Francisco’s Chinatown, Rachel G. Shuen

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The Foreign “Other”: Uses of the International Context in English Political Propaganda of the Late Seventeenth Century, Hilary White